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[[Postcard made up by a collage of hand drawing and pre-printed materials from another medium. There is a hand-written message to the left, a mailing address and postage stamps and indicia on the right.]]

[[A large circle is scribed over 3/4 or more of the sheet.]]

[[on left of page is a pre-printed vertical image of a circle with mid-line hatching on a long tube culminating in a low, curved container with 3/4 depth hatching, mounted upright with pre-printed text at bottom]]
ool.  It will be
 manifested by
ntinue until the

[[hand-written message in upper left quadrant of drawn circle, written sideways]]
Kyoto
Feb. 15, 1969
I had a beautiful
visit with with
Kobori [[ed ?]] Ryoko-in. I took a Japanese 
friend with me & she
also enjoyed it very
much.  It is so calm,
so peaceful, so perfect in its 
age.  We stayed almost

[[handwritten text in lower left quadrant of drawn circle]]
two hours.  And he said you & Ruth are coming back in April!  Tomorrow he is going with us to
two antique shops near by to see tea ceremony things, pottery.  We saw
some of his beautiful old things.  We were
so happy in the little tea
room, where it was a little warmer & we had tea.
Love
T.

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CHEMISTRY.              29
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   Exp.  24.  The instrument called a pulse-glass
is formed as                Fig. 15

[[at bottom of document, image of two circles one with a small extension at its top, both with mid-line hatching and connected to each other with a tube filled with hatching, with pre-printed text underneath image, extending into lower left quadrant and lower right quadrant of drawn circle]]
s, and an open bulb formed at the

[[outside drawn circle, in upper right of document are two postage stamps, stacked one above the other.  Both are overprinted by postal indicia, with pre-printed text]]
HIGASH  AMA [[?]]
KYOTO
17.11.69 - 12 18 [[?]]
JAPAN

[[Top postage stamp is a blue background with white calla lilies and green leaves, with pre-printed text in Japanese characters and English text with a numeral]]
Nippon   45

[[Bottom postage stamp below the first is a blue background of water with two wood ducks floating, with pre-printed text in Japanese characters and a numeral]]
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[[mailing address in lower right corner of document]]
M. Charlton
Schooley's Mt.
New Jersey
07870
U. S. A. 
     

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